Greater Houston Youth Mentoring Community
GREATER HOUSTON MENTORING ALLIANCE

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We believe in youth and we want you to know about the programs in the Greater Houston supporting actual youth as leaders

LIST OF GREATER HOUSTON AREA YOUTH COMMISSIONS


Mayor’s Youth Commission - Missouri City
The Missouri City Mayor’s Youth Commission is a coalition of students dedicated to representing the youth through civic leadership in efforts to serve and improve the community.

Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council - Sugar Land
The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council aims to empower youth from various backgrounds to become active members in their community by providing an overview of the complexity and variety of opportunities to have an everlasting effect on the future of their city through local government public service.

Mayor’s Youth Commission- Houston
The Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC) started in 1998 with the mission of providing high school students the opportunity to develop leadership and citizenship skills while learning about city government. 

Youth Leadership Cabinet - Brazos Valley United Way’s Youth Leadership Cabinet is a cabinet of passionate high-school aged youth who are actively seeking ways to Connect, Serve and Lead to make a positive and lasting impact throughout our community through United Way of the Brazos Valley. The Youth Leadership Cabinet promotes civic involvement and responsibility by providing high school students with opportunities to participate with United Way.


Youth Action Council - Pearland
The Pearland Youth Action Council serves as the voice of the Pearland teen community and promotes youth leadership and responsibility through services and community involvement.

Youth Commission - Pasadena
The Youth Commission is represented by students of the South Pasadena Middle School and High School and are involved in the coordinating of a variety of activities and events, such as dances, City-sponsored events, and volunteering for charitable fundraisers and food drives. The Commission consists of ten youth members, a South Pasadena Unified School District representative, and an adult Community-at-Large Member.